I would like to sue the EDD,
I have had issues with the EDD - having them giving me less than one day notice to prepare for interviews and then not responding to extension requests via their cluster f*ck of a website & not taking calls!
Further when you try to call the EDD they always say their phones are too busy and you must call back later - this is completely and utterly ridiculous and should be an actionalable issue!
Anyone know of a way to do this?
Employment / Labor Attorney
In spite of you frustration with the EDD, I see no basis for a meritorious lawsuit against this government entity from the facts you state. You will waste a tremendous amount of time and money to move forward as you wish. And I seriously doubt you will get an attorney to handle a case like this.
Good luck to you nonetheless.
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There is not basis on your facts to sue the EDD>
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I agree with the two attorneys that responded and likewise do not see an action. Sorry.
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